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David: The native american tribes were an example of a forager as they had easy to break down houses so they can move around for food since they would eat all the food in their area or they would move with the prey.
Sandra: Although the native american tribes could move around more easily, this causes their insides of the houses to have less stuff than farmers.
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David: Even if they didn't have enough stuff they were able to be more healthy since they could move away from their waste and they won't have dirty water. Also they didn't have to work harder as they only had to go gather and hunt for animals and plants to eat.
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Sandra: Foragers only travel in small groups and these groups have a low population. Also the babies of foragers have to be able to walk around before they move around to get more food, this is because the women can't carry more than 1 baby as they need the other hand to carry. If they aren't able to walk then they are abandoned.
Sandra: Since farmers have a large population, they need an organized civilization and government to keep track of everything going on in the city.
Sandra: Since food is not a problem anymore, other people can have new occupations and trade what they have for something that they don't have.
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